BRANDEN LEON of Estrella Foothills peers upfield for room to run while securing the ball during practice Aug. 19. Leon is one of several experienced Wolves players returning for the 2014 season.
BRANDEN LEON of Estrella Foothills peers upfield for room to run while securing the ball during practice Aug. 19. Leon is one of several experienced Wolves players returning for the 2014 season.
Friday, August 22, 2014
Posted by Casey Pritchard
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Estrella Foothills has some unfinished business. Each of the last two years the Wolves have hosted first round Division IV state playoff games, but both times lost by seven points. In order to assure that doesn’t happen again, Estrella has put in a lot of offseason work, coach Lamar Early... + continue reading
GERRIT GROENEWOLD carves through the Youngker defense during his senior season at Estrella Foothills. After red-shirting his freshman year at Arizona Western College, Groenewold is ACU’s quarterback this year. View file photo
GERRIT GROENEWOLD carves through the Youngker defense during his senior season at Estrella Foothills. After red-shirting his freshman year at Arizona Western College, Groenewold is ACU’s quarterback this year. View file photo
Friday, August 22, 2014
Posted by Shane McOwen
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NAIA Arizona Christian University is fielding a football team for the first time in the school’s more than 50-year history. A large part of the foundation of the program can be traced to West Valley high schools. Seven players and two coaches have joined the program and will face the bright... + continue reading
JAIME CLARK, Honey Foundation co-founder, explains the organization’s mission of inspiring random act of kindness Monday at Odyssey Preparatory Academy in Goodyear.
JAIME CLARK, Honey Foundation co-founder, explains the organization’s mission of inspiring random act of kindness Monday at Odyssey Preparatory Academy in Goodyear.
Friday, August 22, 2014
Posted by Emily Toepfer
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Goodyear organization aims to spread good deeds People often say a good deed can go a long way, but one West Valley nonprofit is hoping to pollinate the world with acts of kindness. The Honey Foundation, a Goodyear-based organization, was founded in 2012 by husband and wife Justin and Jaime... + continue reading
JACK HINES, 16, a junior at Tonopah Valley High School, uses his Chromebook in his Buckeye home. All students at the high school began the school year with brand new Chromebooks.
JACK HINES, 16, a junior at Tonopah Valley High School, uses his Chromebook in his Buckeye home. All students at the high school began the school year with brand new Chromebooks.
Friday, August 22, 2014
Posted by Charity Yodis
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Saddle Mountain Unified District students get Chromebooks Tonopah Valley High School students recently transitioned to doing all their school work paperless, using new Chromebooks. “Whatever jobs they do in the 21st century will involve the digital world, so if we don’t put digital... + continue reading
A CAMPAIGN SIGN for Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman stands in Litchfield Park. Hickman was recently served with a complaint alleging he violated Arizona Revised Statute 16-919 by using his company logo on his signs, literature and website.
A CAMPAIGN SIGN for Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman stands in Litchfield Park. Hickman was recently served with a complaint alleging he violated Arizona Revised Statute 16-919 by using his company logo on his signs, literature and website.
Friday, August 22, 2014
Posted by Emily Toepfer
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Clint Hickman served with complaint over use of egg logo Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman’s bid for re-election is being egged with accusations he used improper campaign materials associated with his family business. Hickman was served Monday with a complaint stating he used the... + continue reading
BRANDEN LEON of Estrella Foothills peers upfield for room to run while securing the ball during practice Aug. 19. Leon is one of several experienced Wolves players returning for the 2014 season.
BRANDEN LEON of Estrella Foothills peers upfield for room to run while securing the ball during practice Aug. 19. Leon is one of several experienced Wolves players returning for the 2014 season.
GERRIT GROENEWOLD carves through the Youngker defense during his senior season at Estrella Foothills. After red-shirting his freshman year at Arizona Western College, Groenewold is ACU’s quarterback this year. View file photo
GERRIT GROENEWOLD carves through the Youngker defense during his senior season at Estrella Foothills. After red-shirting his freshman year at Arizona Western College, Groenewold is ACU’s quarterback this year. View file photo
JAIME CLARK, Honey Foundation co-founder, explains the organization’s mission of inspiring random act of kindness Monday at Odyssey Preparatory Academy in Goodyear.
JAIME CLARK, Honey Foundation co-founder, explains the organization’s mission of inspiring random act of kindness Monday at Odyssey Preparatory Academy in Goodyear.
JACK HINES, 16, a junior at Tonopah Valley High School, uses his Chromebook in his Buckeye home. All students at the high school began the school year with brand new Chromebooks.
JACK HINES, 16, a junior at Tonopah Valley High School, uses his Chromebook in his Buckeye home. All students at the high school began the school year with brand new Chromebooks.
A CAMPAIGN SIGN for Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman stands in Litchfield Park. Hickman was recently served with a complaint alleging he violated Arizona Revised Statute 16-919 by using his company logo on his signs, literature and website.
A CAMPAIGN SIGN for Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman stands in Litchfield Park. Hickman was recently served with a complaint alleging he violated Arizona Revised Statute 16-919 by using his company logo on his signs, literature and website.

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Help Wanted * Certified Substitute Teachers * & * Bus Drivers needed * Eligible for medical benefits! Fowler Elementary School District 1617 S 67th Ave Phoenix, AZ 85043 623-707-4500 fax 623-... + continue reading
A CAMPAIGN SIGN for Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman stands in Litchfield Park. Hickman was recently served with a complaint alleging he violated Arizona Revised Statute 16-919 by using his company logo on his signs, literature and website.
A CAMPAIGN SIGN for Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman stands in Litchfield Park. Hickman was recently served with a complaint alleging he violated Arizona Revised Statute 16-919 by using his company logo on his signs, literature and website.
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BRANDEN LEON of Estrella Foothills peers upfield for room to run while securing the ball during practice Aug. 19. Leon is one of several experienced Wolves players returning for the 2014 season.
BRANDEN LEON of Estrella Foothills peers upfield for room to run while securing the ball during practice Aug. 19. Leon is one of several experienced Wolves players returning for the 2014 season.
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Estrella Foothills has some unfinished business. Each of the last two years the Wolves have hosted first round Division IV state playoff games, but both times lost by seven points. In order to... + continue reading
GERRIT GROENEWOLD carves through the Youngker defense during his senior season at Estrella Foothills. After red-shirting his freshman year at Arizona Western College, Groenewold is ACU’s quarterback this year. View file photo
GERRIT GROENEWOLD carves through the Youngker defense during his senior season at Estrella Foothills. After red-shirting his freshman year at Arizona Western College, Groenewold is ACU’s quarterback this year. View file photo
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700 pupils get free backpacks, supplies Buckeye Elementary held a backpack event Aug. 2, which provided 700 pupils with school supplies. More than 50 businesses, faith-based groups, organizations,... + continue reading

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Lita Davis Lita Davis, 86, of Buckeye died Aug. 13, 2014, in Arizona from pneumonia. Mrs. Davis was born Oct. 31, 1927, in Delphes, Ohio. She moved to Arizona in 1943. She was preceded in death... + continue reading